Cyber of Stem?
Leonardo Da Vinci
Birth Date// April 15, 1452
Death Date// May 2, 1519
Leonardo's major contribution is art. His most known painting is the Mona Lisa.
His contributions apply to stem because he is an artist applying engineering principles to create engineered work of arts
- Leonardo was one of the first italians to use oil paint.
- Leonardo drew the plans for the first armored car in 1485
Birth Date// April 3, 1934
Death Date// Still alive today
Jane Goodall's major contribution was discovering how chimpanzees can use tools and are like more than just animals.
Her contributions apply to stem because of her studies about chimpanzees. She is discorvering new things about chimpanzees and helping us learn more about these animals.
- Jane Goodall is a primatologist and a Conservationist.
- Jane Goodall was first introduced to chimpanzees when she was little.
Birth Date// December 8, 1765
Death// January 8, 1825
Eli Whitney's major contribution was inventing the cotton gin.
His contribution relates to stem because he built something to help the economy. He built the cotton gin to seperate the seeds and stuff from the cotton.
- Eli Whitney also built the milling machine but never patended it.
- He was born in Westborough, Massachusetts.
Birth Date// January 4, 1643
Death// March 31, 1727
Isaac Newton's major contribution had to do with forces, and specifically with the development of a universal law of gravity.
His contribution deals with stem because he is working with science. He discovered gravity, without him we would not have all the knowledge we do today. Like astronaunts going into space.
- Isaac Newton wasn't expected to survive as a child.
- His dog set his labratory on fire ruining 20 years of research.